Pet Perspectives/St Steel Functional Esthetics

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Posted on By rocco mele In Ceramics/Veneers

Wanted to post the follow up ( approx 3 months ) of a modified functional maryland bridge/and steel veneer crowns

Patient / Owner enjoying the repair. I think great tissue adaption to the prosthesis
So far stable!

Rocco

R Lateral
Facial

L Lateral
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Looks nice, and no lateral movements to control, i guess. Congratulations.


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Buenos dias berto
As they say in the movies, " Another day in paradise "
Correct, no lateral movements. Basically designed for ripping,tearing, crushing not chewing... Deep Mandibular Fossa prevents the lateral movements needed for chewing. If you want to see lateral movements check out the Bovine " chewing their cud " If I remember correctly
There in ( Ripping, Tearing, Crushing ) lies the problems w implants in animals So Why, is the question of my esteemed colleagues ? My response has always been Why Not!

Great Day and Thanks

Rocco


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Jjjjjjj i enjoy your explanation, You have all kind of patients.

Best regards

Berto


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Rocco,
essential and functional: one might see the 'beast beauty' in it.:)
I guess you are exploring a new dimension: when I first saw your initial work I thought it was crazy, today I find it very useful and I learned a lot from your cases.
Teeth concern life of any living being: you are doing a great job.
Armando


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Ciao Armando
Thats very kind. Thank You
Beauty in the Beast... I love that
Your encouragement and others drives me...
I like the word " crazy " Its my own special little niche :)

Rocco


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Rocco. I remember this one. Looks like it is working well. I love your innovative design. THank you for the update. Best regards. Chuck


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Chuck
You Remembered. The simplistic beauty was etched into you sub conscience, I guess.
Thanks Chuck
For me, this is the "coolest" way to learn

Rocco


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